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Maureen, Karen and Teresa Ennis, in their own words, reflect on 25 years of The Ennis Sisters, delving into early days, industry changes, life lessons and new material
From Ennis Road to venues across the globe, Maureen, Karen and Teresa Ennis, lovingly known as The Ennis Sisters, have lived their

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From China to Newfoundland and Labrador, Jing Xia’s thirst for knowledge and mastery of the zheng continue to blossom in the wake of her debut album
She is perhaps one of the foremost masters of the zheng in North America. Jing Xia, born in Hunan, China, has been studying and

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One community leader connects with the past to help preserve the culture and traditions for future generations 
Badger’s Kellie Kerpan is the manager of culture and community outreach with Qalipu First Nation. When Kerpan spoke with The Herald, she was relaxing before things were about to get busy at Kilmory

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By: Russell Bowers
It’s one of the few flat-iron style buildings in the world and yet, there it sits, unused, on the corner of Duckworth and New Gower streets in downtown St. John’s
The place known as the Majestic Theatre was built in 1919 and found prominence as a political

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A real Jackass is heading to The Rock this summer!
Steve-O, stuntman extraordinaire, comedian and star of MTV series turned film franchise Jackass, Steve-O is set to bring his Bucket List Tour to St. John’s on August 29th at the Holy Heart Theatre, presented by The Diamond Mine Agency Presents

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Doug and Melisa Jones, operators of Flip Side Music + More and Record Fair NL, dive-in to their longtime passion & love of vinyl
Nostalgia is a powerful thing. It has the innate ability to transport through time and space and to conjure up feelings we scarcely recall we had

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From Happy Girlfriend to happy wanderer, songwriter Colleen Power was given the chance of a lifetime to see new places and write new songs for a new TV show
By Russell Bowers
Over a career spanning three decades, most of Colleen Power’s songwriting has been personal with tunes inspired by

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A trailblazer in the world of television in Newfoundland and Labrador has left us. The family of Paul Pope has confirmed his passing in a social media post today, April 14th, 2022.
“We are devastated to announce that we have lost our dear husband, father, and brother Paul,” the family

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Artist Reilly Fitzgerald defies the odds stacked against him to create spectacular & significant works of art
His early artistic endeavours were with watercolour and oil paints and were strongly based in what would be called a realistic style, artist Reilly Fitzgerald of Clarenville began.
“In the late 1990s and

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By: Russell Bowers
Unlike it’s December counterpart, the seasonal traditions of Easter aren’t nearly as universal as Christmas. The Herald celebrates some of the customs these Newfoundlanders hold dear
Easter has long had associations that fall outside of the religious observance, many of which hearken back to traditions and customs

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We all know Newfoundland and Labrador’s culinary scene is more than buzz-worthy, and now that fact will be shared with the hungry masses.
Three Newfoundland and Labrador based culinary establishments will be featured on the new season of Food Network Canada’s Big Food Bucket List. 
Hosted by renowned comedian and

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Filmmaker Martine Blue and husband Isaac, along with their fur-pal Finski, climb aboard a sailboat headed for adventure as they float along after Farley Mowat
It started with an email from friend and filmmaker Martine Blue. “Our new adventure show dropped on Bell Fibe TV1.  Floating After Farley is part

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